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O. A. Strecker, and the other a tree man, calling himself Bob Satterwhite. Dr. S. 's loss in feed, &c., is about $300, while Bob claims to have lost about $85 worth of feed. This building was not much damaged. On the left of the Messrs. Lumpkin's building was above occupied by Mrs. Miller, which was much injured by the falling in of the gable end. The most of Mrs. M. 's furniture was lost, while there was very little that was saved which was not rendered useless by being broken and toring.--We have already heard of some ten or twelve who were severely hurt, and it is feared that there are still others buried beneath the ruins. Those enumerated below were mostly inured by the falling of the East wall of the building adjoining Lumpkin's store, which was occupied by Mrs. Miller. Their names are: Herman Paul, fireman, badly bruised; A. B. Parks, fireman, severely; Edward Allen, fireman, severely; S. S. Carter, fireman, severely; and Andrew L Tensor, fireman, slightly.--Fo